~ Whole person engagement of the head, heart, body and spirit in our coaching. 

~ Embodiment of new understanding as a critical component of lasting transformation.

~ Cultivation of self-awareness as integral to empowered and informed leadership and living.

~ Honest communication grounded in kindness as essential to effective communication and development.



Sarita Chawla, ICF Master Certified Coach

Sarita has dedicated the last thirty years towards human development by training hundreds of integral coaches, as well as coaching individuals and executives to bring about effective and enduring transformation. As a senior faculty member at New Ventures West school of integral coaching, she has designed and led graduate Master Classes, such as Thwarting the Inner Critic, The Poetics of Coaching, and Towards Mastery: Presence, Freedom and Belonging, and led numerous year-long coaching certification programs across the globe.


As an Executive and Personal coach, she leverages her more than 20 years as a leader and manager within a Fortune 500 company and her coaching expertise to affect enduring change among leaders and their organizations. Some clients include ATT, Amoco, CSAA, Fetzer Institute, Hindustan Motors, Honeywell, Intel, Levi Strauss, Morris Electronics, The Gap, Motorola, Pacific Bell, Pixar, Planned Parenthood, PBS Television Race Initiative, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights, Equal Rights Advocates, Shell Oil, SY Partners, University of Hawaii and University of British Columbia. 


Sarita earned her Masters degree in Anthropology from Delhi University, has served as a member of the Advisory Board of the Elmwood Institute (founded by Fritjof Capra) and as a founding Council Member of the Society of Organizational Learning (formally the MIT Center for Organizational Learning). She also serves as an examiner for the International Coaching Federation. She has also been a featured presenter at conferences such as the Capital Coaches Conference, Systems Thinking in Action, Shambhala Leadership, International and National Organizational Development Network and Institute of Noetic Sciences Conferences and has facilitated at the Clinton Global Initiative.

In addition to being a Master Coach, Sarita is an ordained teacher of the Diamond Approach, a spiritual path grounded in self-inquiry and the cultivation of presence.

Angela Chargois, ICF Professional Certified Coach 

After more than 20 years communications and leading teams within Fortune 500 Financial Institutions, including Capital One, JP Morgan Chase and Franklin Templeton Investments, Angela transitioned fully to integral coaching so that she could focus on one of her passions: helping people uncover and embody their authentic selves and design lives that nurture and reflect what that means for them.

In addition to being a Professional Coach, Angela is an artist whose work is in private collections across the US, however, she regards life as the ultimate act of creative expression; and one that requires us to be candid, curious, and conscious in order to be fully expressed. To that end, she presents at organizations on timely topics, coaches individuals, facilitates group learning, and co-leads and contributes to development-oriented programs.


A graduate of the New Ventures West school of integral coaching, she earned her bachelors degree in English from The University of Texas.